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obama and governor romney are closer is ever but are they really? we will talk to a pollster about this details. >> all eyes are on the polls and they show a tighter race since last week's debate. how tough it is not so clear. mitt romney is doing much better up by five points over president obama. ohio and iowa could determine a winner. the numbers give him a new covenants but there is a gallup survey that says those numbers are going back down. >> as we continue to track it down, we think some of that is dissipating. >> the president is behind by two points among likely voters where this is the final day for brodeur registration. researchers say abortion remains a key issue for voters as it has in recent elections. that is as high a percentage as gallup has measured since the 1990's. another 45% of voters say abortion is one of the many important factors it will consider when casting their ballot. anti-abortion advocates are more likely to say it will consider -- iskandariyah's position on the issue. >> wyland clashes on the streets of athens. all sport by a visit by german chanc
last night. after mitt romney's strong showing in last week's presidential debate and the shake-up in the polls, the pressure is on like never before. for joe biden, it is like -- is about stopping the momentum of the other side. >> calling out the inconsistencies of the other side. and that would be considered a win for him. >> and for ryan? >> to make a good case for his budget proposals in a way that average people can understand. it is hard to discuss these things without delving too much into the wonky details. >> outside the debate hall, organizers are holding a party. >> i am supporting ryan and i just want to hear what they have to say. >> i came to support obama and to listen to the debate and be here to say, kentucky, we have obama supporters here. >> the debate will cover foreign and domestic issues. it will be divided into nine different segments lasting about 10 minutes each. we understand biden will get the first question and ryan will get the last word. wbal-tv 11 news. >> how aggressive can we expect the candidates to be tonight? >> i think we could see joe biden
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